Compare And Contrast Martin Luther King Jr And Malcolm X

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Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X both were civil rights leaders during the 1960s. They wanted to improve the status of blacks in the United States. They wanted to end racism and discrimination on blacks. Although they had the same goals, their methods and attitude were different in many ways. But they both had the significant impact on the civil right movement during the 1960s. Both of them were deeply influenced by their childhood experience, education and region, which lead to the differences of their vision, leadership, and methods during the movement. Martin Luther King Jr grew up in a middle classed family where education was important. And his family was well established in Atlanta. So Martin had a safe and happy childhood in spite
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